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in the region, so that is one of the things that helped director benh zeitlin. tavis: so how did this happen? take your time and tell me this story. >> it is a long story. tavis: that is ok. i am not going anywhere. how about you? >> ok, well the bakery was right across. all of the people, benh zeitlin, everybody, they used to get doughnuts, and they used to put fliers at the bakery. "if anybody wants to appear in an upcoming feature film, poll the number and give us a call." 1 dick armey in the producer, were sitting in the bakery, so i decided to pull the number and go over there and cast. i went over there are, and he gave me a script. he gave the actress a script. we went back and forth with the actress, and we did it well, and i said, "see you later." i went back to the bakery. and then, michael called me back for another reading, and he said, "mr. zeitlin loved the reading." so i went back and did another reading, and i again said, "see you later." i never thought i was going to get it. i was, basically, it "see you later, michael." during that time, i had moved to my bakery to a bigge
twice as fast. [laughter] and my guest, benh zeitlin, is the director of the oscar nominated "beasts of the southern wild." he's about the meet the beast of the northern tame. [laughter] a new poll says that fox news is both the most trusted and least trusted news network. see, they do report both sides of the story. [laughter] this is "the colbert report." [cheers and applause] ["the colbert report" theme music playing] how is it going? good to see you. what have i got here. all right. hey, all right! [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "stephen!"] [cheers and applause] all right. welcome to the report. thank you for joining us. folks, i'll be right with you. we are battening down the hatches here at the report. i just want to get all my equipment ready. i urge -- i urge all of you to do the same -- okay -- [cheers and applause] folks, i want you to prepare if you are anywhere from maine to north dakota to south ohio because the largest blizzard in decades is poised to swallow the northeast. >> massive snowfall, powerful wind gusts, a major blizzard is about to hit the northeast.
>> rose: welcome to the program, we begin this evening with benh zeitlin, the oscar nominated writer and director of the much talked about movie "beasts of the southern wild" >> you know, it's a film that's about how to survive loss. noonted just physically survive loss but emotionally, you know, survive loss with your joy intact. and that was the connection between the two things. you know, there was this story that i was interested in about these communities in south louisiana that were losi their land. but when you go there and you meet the people there isn't this sort of sorrow, there isn't this, you know, there isn't people feeling sorry for themselves, there is a real pride in staying and a joy in the culture that remains. and then that was sort of a parallel to the story of this little girl who has to survive the loss of a parent. and the connections between the loss of a parent and the loss of a place were what really resonated to me and that is something that i didn't necessarily understand when i started making the film. but which i saw was true. and i thin thas so o
, piers morgan. from "beasts of the southern wild," oscar-nominated director, benh zeitlin, and oscar-nomina
talent. here are the nominees for achievement in directing. ♪ >> michael haneke, "amour." benh zeitlin, "beasts of the southern wild." ang lee, "life of pi." steven spielberg, "lincoln." david o. russell, "silver linings playbook", -- >> and the oscar goes to ang lee. [ applause ] >> including this nomination for best picture for "life of pi," this is the second academy award nomination for ang lee and his second oscar win. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thank you, movie god. [ laughter ] i really need to share this with all 3,000, everybody work with me in "life of pi." i want to thank you for -- i really want to thank you for believing this story and sharing this incredible journey with me. i need to thank yann martel for writing this incredibly inspiring book and everyone at fox, thank you for taking the leap with me, jim and elizabeth gabeler. my producers, gil netter, david womark, david lee. wonderful cast, where are you, you're a miracle. the young pi carrying the movie. every one of you in the cast, i cannot waste this time talking about them. you hold
are the nominees for achievement in directing. ♪ >> michael haneke, "amour." benh zeitlin, "beasts of the southern wild." ang lee, "life of pi." steven spielberg, "lincoln." david o. russell, "silver linings playbook", -- >> and the oscar goes to ang lee. [ applause ] >> including this nomination for best picture for "life of pi," this is the second academy award nomination for ang lee and his second oscar win. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thank you, movie god. [ laughter ] i really need to share this with all 3,000, everybody work with me in "life of pi." i want to thank you for -- i really want to thank you for believing this story and sharing this incredible journey with me. i need to thank yann martel for writing this incredibly inspiring book and everyone at fox, thank you for taking the leap with me, jim and elizabeth gabeler. my producers, gil netter, david womark, david lee. wonderful cast, where are you, you're a miracle. the young pi carrying the movie. every one of you in the cast, i cannot waste this time talking about them. you hold a golden statue in my he
cnn, piers morgan. from "beasts of the southern wild," oscar-nominated director, benh zeitlin, and oscar-nominated actress, quvenzhane wallis. the music of lisa loeb. and "battle of the jaywalk all-stars." and now, jay leno! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: thank you very much! welcome to "the tonight show." thank you! thank you very much! [ cheers and applause ] thank you! thank you! you all -- you -- [ cheers and applause ] you sound like you're all ready for the super bowl sunday, yeah? [ cheers ] here's some silly super bowl trivia for you. you know to burn the calories in six bottles of beer you would have to do the wave 4200 times. [ light laughter ] of course, the other hand, if you're doing the wave 4200 times you probably drank a a lot more than six bottles of beer. [ laughter ] do you all know where you're gonna watch the game on sunday? [ cheers ] dan marino said he's not sure where he's gonna be to watch
, i think, is, i think it's a service and useful and i think that's what we do. >> rose: benh zeitlin and allen pizzey when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: additional funding provided by these funders captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: benh zeitlin is here. when he made his direct orial debut "beast of the southern wild" last year it became a movie everybody is talking b the story of hush puppie a 9-year-old girl faced with the illness of her father. it became the runnaway hit of lastier's film festival skirt winning awards at sundance and at cannes and now nominated for four academy awards including best director and best picture. here is the trailer of beasts of the southern wild. >> the whole universe depends on everything fitting together just right. if one piece busts, even the smallest piece, the entire universe -- >> this here is an auroch, a fierce creature. >> the storm's coming. >> the you all better learn how to survive. >> it is pie job to take care of you, ok
years, every one seems to win him an oscar. i am being join by my first guest, benh zeitlin, how old are you, 20? >> i actually just turned 30. i promise. >> if you whip, you will be the youngest ever director to win an oscar. >> that true? >> apparently. >> you know about that incredible to be here my first time, getting to meet people i grew up watching, an incredible feeling. >> i think the youngest director of a feature film, what they are telling me, pretty extraordinary. >> i didn't know that. >> you didn't know that? >> un-unh. no. i didn't know. it is a crazy experience what happened to us this year, we were troubling through the swal blow our friends last year thinking we would be back making another movie by now just on our own and now, here we are. >> how do you feel to be up against people like steven spielberg, people of that magnitude this kind of thing? >> it is an unbelievable honor. i have so much respect for the work of the other directors in the category and, you know, you know, for me, it's -- i feel good to be here representing, you know, a very, very independent
's director benh zeitlin. >> everything fitting together. >> reporter: posed in the shadow of oscar, at the academy awards nominees' luncheon. a great time for everyone to get acquainted. >> it's not a competition. no one's winning today. you can say hello. you might be surprised by who you see. so, it's good. >> reporter: for best actor nominee, hugh jackman, things might be even better. we're right by the pool. >> we should be in the pool. pina colada. have one of those. in australia, it would be in the pool. >> reporter: "silver linings playbook" best actress nominee, jennifer lawrence, has been coming out of her shell. >> i'm becoming friends with sally field, which i'm proud of. >> reporter: what did you talk to sally field about? >> we should start car pooling. all of the actresses should show up in a giant van. i have an suv. it's a hybrid. i thought, it pick up all the girls. they'll cram in. >> reporter: like you're a softball team or something. >> i know. we're all going to the same place. we really should. >> reporter: here and elsewhere, they're still feeling the love fo
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